Log in with a social network:
Log in with your username or email:
Im afraid thats not necasarily true, if you went to his `dojo` and screamed at the bell it would ring for you also. Its about the resonance of the material and the interaction of the sound waves, someone more knowledgable would be better to describe it. Suffice to say the bell`s design and material are the main reason for his voice making it reverberate.
It`s the same effect when you hit a gong next to someone. They are going to fall to their knees and cover their ears.
They arent falling to thier knees because the sound is making them, they are doing it as its an instinctive reaction to pain `make yourself small as you can`
You cant knock someone out with your voice, no matter how much you stretch. Sound incapacitation devices produce sounds in the multiple hundreds of decibel range, which is enough to kill someone in even short bursts, but in near instantanios bursts will simply cause pain and or concussion. A common NFDD is the M84 which produces nearly 200 decibels. (It also procuces a 5 or so million candella flash which is apparently hotter than the surface of the sun for an instant, though Im not sure of the validity of that)
There are a lot of crazy fighting styles that are actually true but hard to believe. This is one of them.
Im afraid not, the ones that are hard to believe simply dont work, there is a video of an MMA fighter in a competition match vs a fighter using this style (IIRC) floating around youtube. Have a look.
Okay, if what you say is true, then he can direct the force of his stomp through that bamboo floor, up that wooden desk and into the bell and then have it ring pretty loud, which is actually more impressive than just yelling at it. Great job on proving yourselves wrong."
Ummm... no. You know about sound waves? They travel through matter out from the origin, as a smaller circle getting progressively larger. Think of dropping a rock in the lake. Now, since that`s the case, the waves will INVARIABLY reach the bell no matter where it is. No need to "direct the force of his stomp". The sound energy will travel out in all directions, vibrate the floor, table, and then the bell. If he had bells all around him, they would all be ringing at the same time. No need to direct force.
IT`S LIKE THAT PISTOL CRAB. WHERE THE BUBBLE SONIC BOOOM IT SHOOTS BECOMES AS HOT AS THE SUN...WELL SOME SH`T LIKE THAT.
ALTHOUGH I`D PREFER TO SEE SOME ENERGY BALLS SHOOTING OUT.
But I really don`t know what to belive with this dude. :/
When I used to do Karate, we were also taught that the ki-ai gets rid of the air in the lungs, making it more difficult to get winded. Apparently you can`t get the breath knocked out of you `cause there`s no breath in there.
It doesn`t work though. You might be a bit `less` winded but a punch in the ribs is gonna hurt either way.
I can`t knock what I was taught, quite a bit was about pressure points and critical nerves. We were taught where to strike to inflict the most pain and/or damage, as well as the quickest ways to get someone off you. A broken nose might piss them off, while a strike to the carotid artery will drop them like a stone and it`s information that I`ve found useful. It`s just, don`t shout like it`ll offer protection `cause it won`t.
Aha, yeah scaring them away, it`s for that as well, makes you look more like a nutter. :D
Similar to how a singer can break glass with a voice?
The term you`re looking for is ki-ai. It`s indeed the word for shout, like when performing a kata (imaginary fight) in karate, at usually two moments in the kata, you are supposed to use ki-ai. But it`s not to stun people, it`s just because it aids the "energy release", hence ideally producing a more powerful blow. And of course, it can be used to scare bad guys away.
That`s it Ryan, PWND!
And whether it`s real or not, it was on a major tv station, so if it`s a hoax it`s a pretty good one.
Now imagine him and this guy going at it...One screaming, the other waving his hands all crazy.
Okay, if what you say is true, then he can direct the force of his stomp through that bamboo floor, up that wooden desk and into the bell and then have it ring pretty loud, which is actually more impressive than just yelling at it. Great job on proving yourselves wrong.
But anyways, isn`t there a guy who can punch the air and create enough force to blow out a candle or send a guy flying a few feet
Ah, I remember...
As you can see he moves his foot first. And he talkes about the muscles. That is the key to it
When he puts his foot down and moves his body it is an eleastic collision, which means that there is a transfer of energy. So by trasnfering all the energy from his muscles to his voice, it might work
think of it as a rubber band. if you dont stretch it out it wont have an effect. BUt if you stretch it out to its maximum potential it is devistating
I noticed that aswell, and the bell seemed to make the nosie before he yelled.
Also, does this video end before he can stomp at the corner for anyone else?
and can anyone else say `oompa loompa doopity doo`
"was able to kill small birds" LOL! I`m gonna call it... bull@#&(.
And the bell thing... anyone else notice him stomp his foot first?